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4 December 2015
Compassionate Holiday Gift Guide
Tis the season for cruelty-free Holiday gift ideas.

December brings a crisp chill in the air, winter snow, and time to enjoy being with family and friends. It’s also the season for gift exchanging! UPC would like to offer some conscientious options to make the holidays compassionate and cruelty-free. Why not support these wonderful businesses and non-profits who are making a difference for farmed animals. Not only will you be giving a gift to a loved one, you will also be giving the gift of life to an animal.

Happy Holidays!

Warm Winter Coats

Give the gift of a warm winter coat and help reduce cruelty to ducks who are farmed for down. Save the Ducks has a wide variety of coats and jackets for men, women, and kids. Their 100% animal-free coats are warm, lightweight, and fluffy. Birds used in down production have their feathers painfully ripped from their bodies while they are alive. Please support this compassionate company raising awareness about this tragic practice.

Also available at Nordstrom and at dipierro.

To learn more visit: Ducks and Down


Favorite Vegan Chocolates

Who doesn’t love sweets and treats at the holidays? How about giving dairy and egg-free holiday chocolate boxes! Both Sjaak’s Chocolate and Premium Chocolatiers are 100% vegan companies with a variety of holiday gift options. Sjaak’s is 100% organic and both are gluten-free. Yum!


Compassionate Calendars

Here’s a fun gift idea that will last all year. Buy friends and family a Chicken Calendar from Chicken Run Rescue! Chicken Run Rescue in Minneapolis, Minnesota creates a delightful calendar each year with moving photos and inspiring stories of rescued feathered friends. All of the proceeds fund chicken care.


Holiday Baking Gift Sets

Holiday baking is a great way to bring the family together. Help make sure that all the holiday cookies and cakes are egg and dairy-free with Wholesome Chow Baking Mix Gift Sets.

All Wholesome Chow products are 100% vegan, as well as organic and gluten-free. Make sure there are vegan cookies for Santa and order a baking mix set today.


Prints by Sue Coe

For a unique gift idea, support animal organizations and artist Sue Coe and printer Steve Murray with this moving artwork.

How the print benefit works: When you choose a signed print and/or the poster by Sue Coe your money goes to either In Defense of Animals or United Poultry Concerns minus the cost of printing and mailing. You get a wonderful Sue Coe print and the animals get your support.

For more information about this benefit visit: Prints for the benefit of In Defense of Animals and United Poultry Concerns.


Gifts For Everyone

Show your family and friends your compassion and shop the United Poultry Concerns Merchandise page. We have beautiful cotton T-shirts, DVDs, books for adults and children, and more. Your purchase helps us to continue our important work for chickens and other farmed birds.

“Too Neat to Eat” T-shirt art.


Have a Compassionate Holiday Season!


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